Honey was rescued off of the street as a puppy, underweight and injured. We rehabilitated her and worked out her fearfulness until her true personality appeared (still afraid of fireworks, but thunder is not so bad anymore. She loves to hug and cuddle, plays fetch like a pro, loves to ride in the car and would like to be someones constant companion. She does not like being left alone for very long and wants to be with you always. She loves people and will approach and kiss almost any one that shows her attention. Like a typical cattle dog, she plays rough and she should avoid children that can get hurt by getting knocked down. She does not nip, or bite like a usual cattle dog, but does push and shove a bit. She walks well on a leash, is house trained, crate trained, muzzle trained and knows some basic commands. She gets along great with male dogs, but does not get along with female dogs. She loves to play with the boys for hours, but fights with the girls. She CANNOT go to a home with other female dogs.She has been a great foster, and she will be missed. She is very intelligent and has figured out how to climb fences, so it is not a good idea to leave her alone unsupervised in a yard. In the past she has climbed the fence and ran to the front door where she begged to get back inside with people because it was thundering out. She has some resource guarding issues that are currently being worked on with good success, and she requires several fetch and retrieve sessions a week to keep her mentally and physically sound (this could be replaced by other activities but walks alone are not enough for this active girl. She started going running along side of a bicycle recently and loves this fun activity. She would also be a great running partner once her endurance is built up.